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stay you. >> you can make tea out of ii. and easy for the teenager toa. get. the drug and the. >> cool and rainy weather is not over yet. when things will finally dry out
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and warm up, in the sky watch forecast. >> it is over. today ends this case. >> but it is not over. the punishment for this city council woman, and thh next steú in her corruption case. >> arundel county will have slots. but put slots at laurel park. >> slots debate in arundel the accusation of ies and the latest anti-slots ad. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is%f. >> good evening, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. tonight baltimore county council votes to ban a popular synthetic drug. >> it is called, spice, k-2. and basically a chemical with ú%milar affects as marijuana. melinda roeder is live in towson to explaan why not everyone thinks the ban will get rid of the pot substitute. melinda? >>well, clearly everyone on the county council likes the ban. unaniiously. but substance abuse experts say
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it probably won't solve the problem. >> it may be politically but will a ban on k-2 or spikes prevent kids from trying it? >> this is one of those cases where we are not going to legitout our way oust a k-2 ú%oblem. >> substance abuse experts gillbell said it is man mmde and easily adapted. if the current formula is ban, makees readjust and start to sell it. that happened in 11 other states where it was ban. >> the chemists went back and changed tte structure and they went to 018, then 23. >> still those that suuport the ban are hoping it will help. at least get the word out to parents that this is dangerous >> kids are buying it. anyone can buy it. and when i researcheddit, it has a chemical compound known to have intense affects, even greater than that of marijuana. >> it is making kids sick. they are vomiting.
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they are having blood pressure goes up. it is dangerous drug. no doubt about it..3 %-purchased on the internet. and there is no penalty for possession of t but now that it county cannot sell it. at least not in the current form. >> i want to send a message that we will not tolerate this in baltimore county. if you keep coming back. we will come back and make sure the community is safe. >> council members hope a state wide ban will follow. >> i think it is great we are taking the first step. >> drug experts hope it won't give parents a false sense of security, thinking kids can no longer get it. >> thatts not the case. >> now the penalty for selling spice, $500, or up to 60 days in jail. live tonight in towson. melinda roeder, fox 45 news at 10:000 >> new tonight. that bus driver that crashed on i-270 last week suffered a heart attack. 66-year-old joseph clabaugh was ddiving when the bus suddenly
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wednesday. state medical examiner said he died of a heart attack, not the %-passengers say it appeared tht he paased out. and then slumped over the steering wheel. >> today marks the first full %-in the murder trial of three n accused of killing baltimore county councilman ken harris. charges for each defendant. and defense attorney jason silver stein is representing %->> throughout the trial the jy unbelievable. never seen a jury pay more attention, write notes, ask q never had a jury send notes to the judge multiple times during a case asking questions. it is clear these people know what is going on. understand the seeiousness of it. i have nothing but confidence in their ability to get through it. >> if they are convicted each %-sentence.aces a possible llfe >> well, prosecutors say the case was 15 years old.ken harris when he pulled the trigger. under maryland law, he was
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automatically charged as an adult. but tonight new report believes that model does not work. kkith daniels ii live at the city detention center where the juvenile offenders sit in jail keith? >>well jennifer, anyone 14, to 17 years old, will face -- who face i any first degree charge in maryland. can be tried as an adult. advocacy groups are fighting to change that. >> a streak of crime, deadly violence. with juveniles named as suspects, in some of baltimore city's most notorious cases. voices of victims past. >> how do you tell a chill that their mother is gone? taken by another child. >> that crime, november of 2003ú onn day before thanksgiving. 20-year-old thornton gunned down at a bus stop. the suspects arrested identical twins.
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15 years old. and just over a month ago. >> he is not a murder. she is 14. >> 14-year-old holt charged for killing one man during a robbery attempt. in southeast baltimore. murder cases, each involving suspects, under 16 years of age. all of whom prosecutors charged as adults. but john never cut. >> certainly horrible criies happen in the city by juveniles. but. >> one of three authorssoo the newly released just kids partnership report. ú%lieves trying juveniles as adults, is counter productive. the group favorr rehabilitation. over punishment. %-the kids, we will do better in the juvenile system. >> authors found among other things, that the adult justice system teaches team to become violent criminals, subjects them to sexual and physscal abuse. aad wastes taxpayer money. >> as a result, if you want to really change the system, you
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have to start getting these kids when they can be dealt with. as a younger age. right now, we're throwing our money away, if you think that just imprisoning these people is making the community safer. >> still,,supporters of the tough on crime approach, presidenn robert cherry. >> in a lot of the violent crime is committed by offenders. >> they should face punishment with the saae degree ofú seriousness as their actions. >> counter productiie is sending kids that commit crimes back on the street to commit more violent crimes. >> weel, according to the report, more than 1200 underage offenders in maryland are charged as adults, each year. live at the detention center. keith daniels, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> and thank you keith. our questton of the day. we asked, is ii right to charge3 teens as adults? so far 85 percent say yes. ann 15 percent say no. one iewer writes, no question
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about it. if they commit addlt crimes they should be charged as adults. keri writes, kids are k.u..every chance. go to and let us know what you think. you can sound off on facebook. youucan send us a tweet@foxbaltimore. you can text us at 45203. and enter fox 45 a for yes. fox 45 b for no. and we will hear more responses coming up on the "late edition" at 11:00. >> arundel county police say pedestrian error is likely to blameefor a deedly accident in cuutis bay. 49-year-old adam john o'connor was struck by a car on fort smallwood road at parkway road, about 11:00 friday evening. matt sent the photos from the scene. no one else was hurt. >> when it comes to news in your neighborhood. see it, shoot it, send it. upload photos and videos to our website and click on the see t, shoot it, send it icon. and you can also send photos from your cell phone at pics >> young harford county man remains in jail accused of
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killing a teenager in edgewood. ú%-year-old michael jones, faces first-degree murder charges in the death of win gate. the 16-year-old was found in a parked car. shot several times on clover valley way saturday night. pronounced dead at upper chesapeake bay medical center. >> freshman bbsketball player 18-year-old devontai bunly promising player that just started college. he was doing drills, in the gym and after that collapsed.3 all sportiig events and practices at the college have been canceled. until further notice. grief counselors are available to students and staff. >> a baltimore police officer who died in the state of pennsylvania last week, is laid to rest. >> the body of officer james fowler carried out of saint mark -hurch in catonsville this morning.
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laid to rest at delaneyygardens. he died after crashing his he was a 31 year veteran. police force. >> baltimore city council woman that ntered a plea deal today electiins laws, is removed as chairwoman of the taxation annú finance committee.3 crime and justice reporter joy lepola explains the role developers played in this crime, and how helen holton's legal problems may be far from over. >> councilwoman helen holton still faces a possible bribery charge. to bank role a poll during her election bid in 2007. today it was a misdemeanor holton faced. >> they are relatively in the grand scheme of things, relatively minor charges.ú and, you know, we think that the case that really needs to be %-that is up in front of the cot after appeals ight now.3 >> state suspected she approached the two developers to
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ú%y for a $12,500 public opinion poll. and the moneyywent unreported. campaign finance law, if you don't, you know, we will investigate and we will >> holton made a brief statement as she left court. >> i will continue to serve on the city council, and to serve my ommunity toothe best of my ability. to elp make baltimore city a %-prosperouuscity.and more -> as part of the plea deal she entered a no contest plea to violating campaign finance laws. judge slapped her with probation before judgment. and a $2500 fine. >> are you relieved this is all behind you? as chairwoman of the counnil's taxation and inance committee, holton was directly invvlved in pushing through tax breaks for the developers. bribery charges dismissed, that the state is still fighting on appeal. in downtown altimorr, joy lepola, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> and holton is placed on a
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year's unsupervised probation. >> well, the ravens are on a roll. beating the steelers on the road. >> a beautiful finish. for the second ttme in 11 trips to pittssurg pennsylvania, they and many fans, at paaera bred in towson this morning were excited to share the win with otters. >> i am going to rub it in my manager's face for sure. dante, one of the managers here. huge steelers fan. >> hey nick, what happened to your boys yesterday? by the way save me a couple of those teerible towels, okay, i kitty ikes them. >> i jokeed up -- jumped up and screamed and so happy, because we have a couple of haters in ú%r family.3 >> good stuff. >> the kitty likes the terrible towelss.3 what an insult. >> area football fans are buzzing about the major win ooer the steelers. >> ravens hope it is a glimpse what have is still to come. %-joins us with more on that.ham
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bruce? saw a milestone sunday. we knew joe flacco was talented. strong arm. but we had not seen him seize a game, beat somebody. we saw that on sunday. legend, sunday may e the first chapter. gets the ball with a minute eight to go, marchs the ravens down the field. culminaaening that touchdownn3 it willlbe remembered for a long time here in baltimore. and, at least, one raven said it might be a classic.3 >> if you go back and look at the montana, elway, we can remember those drives. for joe to do that on that defense, we are tankkabout one of the best defense in the game. for joe to do that on that defense, the throws he made. decisions he made. take what they give you. when they bite on one thing, go another route. quarterback. that young kid is just starting to develop. to put that many weapons around hhm.
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great head thought. >> more from joe flacco and john harbaugh and andy mcdill talks about off season moves. coming up at 10:50 on "sports unlimited." >> thank you, bruce. purple pride is contagious and fans across baltimore are sending us pictures to prove it. >> pictures like jim bucklee from essex, sent in a picture to us, from some painting he did on a friend he is's lawn. both obviously are big, big ravens' fans. >> lookssgreat. >> and people offall ages catch purple pride. after wins like the one over the steelers. look at this. little madeleine. she is ready to go. for the next game. >> way to go kimberly. we wanttto see your purpleepride as well, of course. aa always senn us photos of your friends, family, pets, and yourself, if you wish. keep it clean. go to and click on purple pride. and in thh community features section. >> we are known for worms. you have to do something better
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and bigger than anyone else. >> squirm me secret to these worms. that has everyone searching for the solution. it is our cover story tonight. >> also ahead, major study tonight about sex. just how many women are ú%tisfied, compared to what men think. ú% and the baltimore city council takes on parking finee. council takes on parking finee. tell you whhch one hey are i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. buried in his website - a promise to replace the tax code with a 23% sales tax and eliminate the mortgage interest deduction. a bush tax panel said families would pay $6,000 more a year. a reagan tax advisor calls it a very dumb idea. but that's not his only bad idea. harris was the only senator to vote against expanding the child care tax credit and against the state's cancer treatment program. andy harris' extreme ideas will cost us.
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lobbyists helped write utility regulations. we got stuck with a 72% rate hike. but martin o'malley got tough on bge, forcing them to pay back $2 billion to consumers. and what's bob ehrlich been doing the past four years? he got paid $2.5 million at a lobbying firm, a firm representing special interests and casinos right here in maryland. that's bob ehrlich-- a 72% increase for us and $2.5 million from special interests for himself. nice work, bob. >> double park in baltimore city, and get caught. it will cost you hundreds of dollars. lowee the fine. michael buczyner live in north baltimore to explain why some people want to put the brakes on the costly fine parking increase. michael? >> jennifer good evening. many peoppe that live in the city are aware of parking in
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certain neighbbrhoods can be difficult. take a look. you can tell it is packed. finding a spot attthisshour could be difficult. ú%w mooths ago the city council raised double parking fines by 300 percent. tonight they are rethinkinggthe3 community.fter complaints by the >> onnthese downtown streets, in the shadows of camden yards, people are upsee about parking. see her, she wwote the tick. >> terry was loading furniture in the car whennshe was slapped with a fine. for double parking illegally. >> especially to be -- expected $70. when it was $252. i was surprised. >> cash strapped baltimore city3 recently raised the fine for double parking from $77, to $252. that's an increase of more than 300 percent. >> i think that's ridiculous. $252 is a lot of money. >> penalty oes not necessarily match the offense.3 >> now the same people that raiied the fine are looking at
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looering it. after complaints from constituents. >> put on your flashers, running and out, 2 or 3 minutes,sh you should not have that fine. >> councilman coaa introduced legislation monday night to slash the fine to $100. anddasking enforcement agents tú stop writing tickets until it iú dealt with. >> it is against the law. there should be a penalty. but $252 is not the right one. everyone not want to deal with move out of the city. noo deal with ii. >> back out here live in norrh ballimore. department of transportation officers try to observe vehicles before they write the ttckets. but double parking is a violation. for now, live in north baltimore. michael buczyner fox 45 news at 10:00. >> thank you michael. ú% army ranger is killed in sergeant first-class lance vogler killed friday in heavy fighting in helmand province.
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on the 12th deployment. he served four complete times in iraq. seven compleee times in afghanistan. he was over there a 12th time. he halee from frederick and survived by wife and two children. >> the u.s. supreme court began its sessson today. in onn of the most controversial cases, it will hear, is one from maryland. the court has to decide if the westboro baptist church wentttoo far by staging anti-gay protests, at a marine's funeral the father of the fallen marine the harsh slogans tte church is known for displaying at military funerals. he sued and won. but the church won on appeel. tte court will hear the case on wednesday. >> that is a clash of the most fundamental rights we have as americans. it is our first amendment right to speak out on issues, no matter how offensive and repulsiie the speech is. >> new justice eeana gay begin
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will recuse herself from half of the ccses because she was involved in them when she wws solicittr general. >> education is a hot button issue this year in the race foo maryland governor. governor o'malley met with students at college park today. after running ads saying he froze tuitionnin maryland for four straight years. >> looks i would not be able to go to college if it were not for ú%e four year freeze you did in college tuition in tough times. only state in the country that went four years without an increase. >> students are facing 3 percent tuition increase this year. now experts say the first yeer of the tuition freeze came when3 governor our ehrlich was in >> mr. ehrlich said by law the governoo only has an indirect >> governor al owe low catses. dollars to higher ed. board of regents looos at the entirety of the situation. and sees tuiiion rates
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accordingly. so to pretend a governor sets the rates is false. >> ehrlich's campaign said that o'malley budget proposal indicates tuition could ncrease sharply in the next four years. o'malley claims he ants to limit annytuition hike to say cost of living increases. >> well, we areejust 29 ddys from election day. and finding out if arundel county voters will accept or reject the plan to put slots at arundel mills mall. as john rydell reports, david cordish said the ads fighting the plan are misleading. and he is doing something about it. >> we think we will win. we are optimistic. polls are excellent. >> hi, i am david cordish. >> david cordish may sound ike a politician. >> i am very pleased for your support. can i alk to you for a minute about the slots referendum. >> door-to-door campaigning iss3 not to get himself elected. ceo of cordish company is trying to convince citizens to approve ú%arundel mills.ts casino at >> are people playing slots in
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the mall? funded by opponents.úú%>> kids y exposed to slots. thht's a lii. it is not in the mall. it is a separate building. >> cordish ccaims the ad that said lets put slots at laurel park is beyond misleadiig. because the majority owner of laurel and pimlico is penn national, same company that opened a slots casino in cecil county. ú% it is a lie. they cannot have slots. it is illegal in maryland. to own two licenses. but slots opponents are not giving up n a statement from the cordish sued to stop thet petition drive. then he sued to stop the free speech. the stateeeet said ww look forward to winning the campaign at the ballot box. %-fails his company will stillm keep the license. >> it means the zoning has to
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start overrfrom scratch. it means many, many years, i have to be honest with you, many, many, many years of delay. so when it comes to putting slots in arundel county, david cordish claims t is now or never. 10:00.ydell, foxx45 news at >> well, viceepresident for penn national tells fox 45 that when most voters approve slots in arundel county two years go they assumed they would be put at laurel park. and this referendum, he said, gives them a chance to get it right. stay with fox 45 news for the latest on the race for governor. of the issues surrounding this election. %->> well, the rain seems to hae moved out of here for now. >> what's in storeefor tomorrow, however? meteorologist emily gracey joins us noww ith the first look at thh sky watch forecast. hello emily. >> hello. more rain in the forrcast. definitelyycool temperatures to talk about for tonight. in fact, we have cooled down
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quite a bit outside right now. temperatures across the area are lower 50s. 51 in baltimore. 45 degrees off to the north in hagerstown. now as we head to the overnight we will see drying conditions out there. we dealt with the rain all day today. not heavy rain like we experienced last week. but certainly some steady rain throughout the day. we are dealing with two low pressure systems. sitting near our area right now. bringing in the wet weather. but it willldry out for tomorrow. brief period of dry weather in the forecast. in. for overnight tonight. very ccilly night out there. winds out of the nortt at five to 15 miles per hour..3 keeping it breezy. and feeg very cool. mid 40s in some of the %-tell you when we will see more rain and when it will dry out. coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you emmly. >> verizon wireless agrees to -ive money back to 15,000,,00 customers after charging forú ssrvices that they did not want. the refund could cost verizon $90 milllon.
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customers will get up to a $6 credit on tteir bill automatically. company is combing its records to see who was affected. no word yet on when you should%a refund. but it doesn't show up on yourú bill. >> later on fox 45 news at 10:00. new sex study..3 the surppising group that is >> the worm will. it is the worm girl. >> the secret to the worm girl's
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>> one southeast baltimmre merchant has made a remarkable discovery. in customers from all over the region, to buy her special >> yeah. tonight's cover story, cats cath and photo journalist dave larron show us all sides of bes debate. >> on busy, urban eastern avenue, there is a little slice of paraddse for people who love3 the outdoors. >> since 1916, family run business. >> $4.92.
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all right. this is my office. >> destarts her first task of the day. >> i had to have surgery because of the weight of the things. >> her ccallenge is working. -ashing, wiggling blood worms. >> keeping them live is a challenge. it is really. and they bite. >> through three generations. worms have been part of their -> now i am picking on the bad ones because they die every night. the supply used to die beeore mmkiig it out the door. >> i just feet like there was so much loss. >> degan to mix. measuring. and creating her own saltwater formula. >> i cutback my loss by half. >> these secret worm possession, yes. >> it took me 6 or 7 years to learn the water. to get the water right. to work witt them.
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the ttmperatures. >> in her own back room laboratory. >> we aae known for worms, you have to do something bigger and better than anyone else. >> a daily bath inna delicate mix. >> this girl has done something, no one, i say no one, no one in the country can do. >> i don't run out of worms. that's nice. >> now dehas quite the reputation. >> that's tte worm girl. nobody beats the wwrm girl..3 the worm girl. it is the worm girl. >> her own gourmet bait. >> if i am the worm girl, i will >> she cleans thhusands of worms. >> they were 65 cents a dozen..3 now they are $11 a dozen. >> it is not a job for the scared or squeamish. >> i am not afraid of anything. >> slime food for fish. side.on over de's sentimental >> i cannot put it in a box. they re pretty. ttis is a beautiful worm. yes, i do. i have pictures of my worms. i literally go in with my
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camera. -> photos for your family. family photos. >> 37-inch blood worm. >> he will leave me. leave the nest and get chopped up, yes. >> demand is ss high, they now take worm reservations. ú% everybody wants a worm. >> even george. -> good qualiiy worms. >> that makes his purchase. >> and leaves the bustling city, in favor of the sereniiy of the bay. >> try up here. >> hereegeorge is joined by his fishing partner,,harry. >> hopefully catch hem. >> they head to the bridge. >> only going to go right down hhre. >> where they find a spot, and use bllod worms. -ish gods, i catch fish.
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catches everything. >> sort of work your way sort of off the food chain. >> the bloody morsels first catch llve bait. rockfish. >> rockfish, baby. >> these fishermen say the tuck first step to reeling in the big ones. >> at the bay bridge. >> still better than a good day at work. at 10:00. >> worm amily photoo. the blood worms are from nova scotia or mainnexplain they keep they survive for about a week usually, at most shops. >> how many women out there are
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actually satisfied by men, despite what men elieve. some interesting results from a massive sex study. >> a teenager ssot, while robbing cars. the surprising reaction from his mmther, next, on fox 45 news at 10:00. maayland. good news about the eed of the week. coming up next on the sky watce. i think we need tax breaks to send kids to college. so i worked for a $2,500 tax credit to help pay for college. fought to get pell grants expanded and insisted that college loans go directly to kids instead of through banks. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message. because it's not about the next election, it's about the next generation. right? yeah!!!
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"maryland is moving forward"... and moving maryland forward. ...this jobs report tells the truth. maryland's economy stalled. man: "we face an uphill struggle in trying to regain the jobs lost." o'malley attempts a cover-up, falsifying the jobs report to help his campaign. man: "whatever we can do to make it disappear, we need to do it. that's coming straight from the top." martin o'malley -- first he makes stuff up. when caught, he covers stuff up. we need a governor who tells the truth.
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>> a lot of rain last week. a lot of rainntoday. >> cannot get away from ii. >> show ou in a second. what we had with today does not record breaking last week. normal rainy day today.but at t, sunshine in the forecastt something to look forward to there. look at the radar. the rain has noo completely pushed ut of the area. in fact, seeing a few showers pop up on h.d. radar. mostly off to the north and east. northeast maryland picking up wet weather at thii hour. you can see a few showers up to but for us back here, in baatimore. seeing drizzle oot there acrossú the radar this evening. overnight tonight. continue to see that drizzle. by tomorrow, we will starttto dry out and see still cool conditions. but ertainlyynot the rain that we aw today. in faat, some of the amounts, anywhere from less than half an inch south, to above a half inch
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north. and quarterrof an inch east of 95. so nowhere near thh heavier amounts we saw, 10 plus inches, last week. not tooay. rainy day. and oot of here tomorrow. 54, is as warm as we got this afternoon. so below average day. and in fact, almost 20 deggees below average. temperatures accoss the board in the 50s. cooling down to the low 50s now. which means we will drop into tonight. chilly evening in store for us. and waking up to the cool ttmperatures by tomorrow morning as well. so dealing with two low pressure systems here. one sitting off the coast. another one sitting back west. upper level low backkto the mountains..3 these two systems together s continue to bring ussthe rain,n3 not tomorrow, but by wednesday. we will see another round of showers come thrrugh the area. aftee that, all the wet weather will start to clear out. -nd we will dry out toward the end of he eek. here is how it plays out hhre on the future scan. you can ee a few showers off to thh north for tomorrow. day.ill stay dry, mmstly cloudy
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keeps the temperatures cool as well. so as opposed to 20 degrees below aaerage. we will be 10 degrees below average for ttmorrow. then on wednesday, a chance of showers comes through the model is not picking up on all f them. but good chance of light showers during the day wednesday. after that, we will dry out. thursddy, friday, to the weekeed looking nice. and sunshine..3 and back to normal emperatures chiily tonight w drizzle. down to 48 for the overnight low. with breezy cooditions. for tomorrow, on the eastern shore, 66 degrees. for that afternoon high. and mostly cloudy. although a few more peaks of sunshiie there. and winds out f the west at 10-to-15. centrrl maryland. we can expect a cool day. not as auto cool as today. but averagg. mostly cloudy skies. and slight chance of showers. that's the case in western maryland as well. most of us dry tomorrow. 64 degrees for the afternoon high. and breezy conditioos. so mid 60s across the board there with northwest windss and mostly cloudy conditions. keeping us below average. by wednesday, few showers come
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-nto the picture. warm up and dry out thursday. fry di saturday looking nice with high temperatuues in the low to mid 70s. vila look at that seven-day forecast coming up in a few min. back to you. back while allegedly robbing cars, in the state of colorado. police say about a dozen cars were broken into. nearby resident in tte community apparently shot the boy. meantime the suspect's mom said she is not angry at the shooter. >> he does not change his ways and if there is any teenager out there that is doing what he is stealing, one of hese days, someone will actualll shoot you, ann you are not going to live. and how does that make your mothee or father feel? >> the boy remains tonight, in the hospital.3 >> the resslts are in. of a major sex study. the ide satisfaction gap. and the surprising statistics,
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about afe sex. >> laptop users be aware.
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my dad is the supervisor of a train station and my mom's a teacher. my dad's an auto technician. my mom's a receptionist. i'm not sure i would have been able to afford college without the tuition freeze. while tuition in other states is rising out of reach... governor o'malley made the tough choice to freeze tuition. he made my dream of going to college into a reality. i'm the first in my family to go to college. my brother and i never would have been able to afford college. even though times were tough... governor o'malley kept his promise. there's never a doubt...
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there's never a doubt whose side he's on. martin o'malley... moving maryland forward.
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>> the biggest sex stuuy in more than 15 years, has some interesting resslts. the study surveyed almost 6000 people, from ages 14 to 94. it found satisfaction gap, 85 percent of men say theirrlast partner was fully satisfied. but only 64 percent of women say they were fully sattsfied after the last time they had sex. the study found almost 80 percent of teenagers use condoms. the group least likely to use condoms, men over 50. the study was funded by the company that makes trrjan condoms. ú% was it like a poll, you know, like plus or minus three percentage points? >> what? >> ffur percentage points, five percentage points? >> lets move on. >> we shall. laptop.ou are glued to your you may want to keep the deeice off your lap. >> new report said the computer3 could causeepermanent skin damage. judy kurtz has tonight's "word on the web"" judy? >> the only thing you usually
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want o toast is a piece of bread. according to scientists using a laptop on your lap for long periodd of time could cause something called toasted skin syndrome. in annarticle in the journal pediatrics, swiss researchhrs say conditions are popping up all over the world. -ne case, a 12-year-old boy -eveloped a sponge pattern skin discoloration after playing ú%mes on is lap few hours every day several months. anothee student with the same condition worked with the computer on her lap for six syndrome is not just computer-related. scientists say it could be caused by overuse of heating pads and other heat sources that doctors say it is generallys. harmllss but cause permanent skin darkening. in rare cases it could causee3 damage leading to skin cancers. i am judy kurrz, that's tonight's "word on the web". >> joe flacco is not known for showing emotion, but he was ot
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"maryland is moving forward"... and moving maryland forward. ...this jobs report tells the truth. maryland's economy stalled. man: "we face an uphill struggle in trying to regain the jobs lost." o'malley attempts a cover-up, falsifying the jobs report to help his campaign. man: "whatever we can do to make it disappear, we need to do it. that's coming straight from the top." martin o'malley -- first he makes stuff up. when caught, he covers stuff up. we need a governor who tells the truth. >> the rain moves out tonight. cool temperatures. 65 degrees. rain returns on wednesday. -ith a chance of showers and high of 64. we dry out after hat. and start to slowly warm back to normal temperatures. back into the mid 70s by the weekend.ú just inntime for the game sunday. 72 degrees. gorgeous weather for the
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remainder of thh weekend. bbck to you. >> all right. thank you emily. >> joe flacco turns a page in his career after the performance against pittsburg.3 >> huge game. bruce cunningham is here with "sports unlimited" to hhar from the qb. >> coming up on "sports unlimited". unflappablee joe cool, call him whatever you want, after e beat the steelers in the final seconds in pittsburg. -ear from joe flacco on showing emotion after the gameewinning play. the orioles season is over. whattwill they do to improve the club this off season? andy macphail tells you the3 number one concern. and weeks best plays, amazing -ouchdown catches, block punts, and a ooo-aid man tackles a yes, you heard that right. but who can take home the top spot? find out in the plays of the week. coming up. "sports unlimited" starts right now. >> in the wake of sunday's


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